An Offer Paramount Couldn’t Refuse: Basic Cable Network Licenses ‘The Godfather’ Movies For Unprecedented Nine Years

Sep 7, 2010  •  Post A Comment

A basic cable network has made Paramount Pictures an offer it couldn’t refuse, reports the New York Post.

The studio has agreed to a deal with cable channel AMC that gives it rights to be the only place to watch "The Godfather" movies on basic channel, the story says. The agreement covers an unprecedented nine-year stint on AMC, the article adds. Terms weren’t disclosed.

AMC will air "The Godfather" films both on its regular channel and on demand, according to the article. The deal includes a collection of documentaries and behind-the-scenes footage, the story adds.

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